Itineraries in Tuscany
Tuscany is certainly one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Thanks to its breathtaking panoramas, excellent wine and exquisite food, Tuscany is visited by millions of people every year.
There are so many things to see and to do that it can be a real challenge to plan your holidays in Tuscany. Here we recommend and suggest some of the places you absolutely must visit as well as itineraries organized by themes or by days, such as 7 days in Tuscany and what to see across the region. Thus you'll find some ideas or starting point when organizing your time and travels in Tuscany.
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Tuscany is a region that offers a variety of things to see and do, but mostly its rich in history, beautiful landscapes and magnificent works of art. Whether this is your first time in Tuscany or not, give yourself 7 days to discover the best of Tuscany with our suggested itinerary.
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Florence offers many things to do and see! But if your time is limited, here are our suggestions for what you can see and do in 2 days, visiting the top sights in this beautiful Renaissance city.
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An itinerary to discover Pisa and its marvellous artistic attractions: visit the Square of Miracles with its Leaning Tower and take a walk along the famous Lungarni, rich in shops and restaurants where you may taste typical local recipes. This visit to the enchanting marittime Republic will take you back in time and make you breathe a timeless atmosphere!
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If you want to visit Lucca and don't have enough time to explore the whole city, have a look at these syuggestions for a 1 day itinerary around Lucca to visit its most popular attractions!
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Learn a bit more about Elba, with some short notes on its history, layout and most important of all - how to get there and enjoy it!
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Beautiful jewel of Tuscany, Baratti is a little gulf of the Tuscan coastline which holds natural and historical treasures and offers both tourists and abitués clear, Caribbean-looking waters and a pine forest that almost reaches the mostly still wild beach today.
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What can you see in just 5 days in Tuscany? Here you find suggestions for planning your holiday in Tuscany without missing any important destination during your holiday.
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Looking for suggestions on what to see in Tuscany in just 3 days? Here you find suggestions on what you must see and do in Tuscany even if you have only 3 days to spend in Italy.
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It is known that Tuscany is an incredible region to visit, but have you ever imagined reaching Switzerland by driving less than 60 km from Florence? Well, there is a little trick going on...read on for more details!
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Mugello has many things to see and to do, combining culture and nature perfectly. You can visit following a theme, such as the Medicean villas and musems or parks and natural reserves. Discover Mugello by bike, on foot or on horseback with suggested itineraries by the Mugello's official website.
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Tuscany is like Alice's Wonderland: it never ceases to surprise, tourists and locals alike. Hot springs are a must during the Winter months to enjoy both Tuscany's beautiful landscapes as well as nearby cities, no matter what the weather might be like. Don't wait, and include a stop at one of Tuscany's many hot springs and spas this winter.
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Siena strikes right at the heart since the first time that you visit it. Located in the heart of Tuscany, the city is easy to reach and is suitable for a day trip even if 24 hours or less will not be enough to see all that it offers. What you can then visit in Siena in one day? Find out in this article!
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Napoleon Bonaparte spent only nine months in exile on the island of Elba, but his arrival marked the history of the island. Where did the Emperor live on the Island? Which are the so-called "Napoleonic places" on Elba? Follow our itinerary on the footsteps of Napoleon and find out!
Read full article "A tour through Chianti"
The Chianti region offers visitors a large selection of activities. Medieval villages, castles and walled towns to be explored in the area between Florence and Siena. It also offers unforgettable flavours, delicious food and typical products to be enjoyed with a glass of Chianti wine.
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Great artists such as Giorgio Vasari and Piero della Francesca were born in Arezzo, a beautiful Tuscan city. Even if it isn't usually at the top of visitors' must-see lists, the city has its treasures. Here are some of our recommendations for spending a day in Arezzo, enjoying its quiet charm and beauty.